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News: Nathalie Desreac is going to attempt a World Record in Constant Weight.

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Kars

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From AIDA-France http://australia.servidor-pt.com/~a...n=com_content&task=blogsection&id=0&Itemid=75 :

Nathalie Desreac va tenter de battre le record du monde de poids constant en fevrier 2005.

La tentative va avoir lieu sur l'ile de la reunion. Nathalie n'en est pas à son premier record, mais cette tentative s'avère particulièrement ambitieuse puisqu'elle s'attaque au record de -78 m de Mandy Rae Cruickshank la Canadienne.


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Nathalie Desreac is about to attempt a World record in Constant Weight in February 2005.

My Frence is not so good, ca someone make a complete translation?

Merci!
Carlos.
 
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Adrian

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Kars said:
From AIDA-France http://australia.servidor-pt.com/~a...n=com_content&task=blogsection&id=0&Itemid=75 :

Nathalie Desreac va tenter de battre le record du monde de poids constant en fevrier 2005.

La tentative va avoir lieu sur l'ile de la reunion. Nathalie n'en est pas à son premier record, mais cette tentative s'avère particulièrement ambitieuse puisqu'elle s'attaque au record de -78 m de Mandy Rae Cruickshank la Canadienne.


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Carlos.

Here goes Kars:

Nathalie Desreac is going to attempt to beat the World record in Constant Weight in February 2005.

The attempt will take place on the island of Reunion. This isn't Natalie's first
record, but this attempt will be particularly ambitious because she's challenging the Canadian Mandy Rae Cruickshank's -78 meter record.

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All the best of luck to Nathalie!

Adrian
 
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commonerg

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Is the the first CW record attempt for Nathalie? Seems like she has been most active in dynamic.
 

Manuel

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The records are already on the AIDA-International web-site in the announced attempts section.

MANUEL
 

subaquaticus

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Nathalie is going to make a lot of WR attempts ! Just go there : http://aida-international.org/announced_attempts.htm

These attempts will take place on the Reunion Island (French Island)

In particular, on the 20th of February, she will try :

1. to be again French recordwoman in DNF (her previous record - 95 m - has been robbed by Sandra PIOVANACCI last Saturday in Dunkerque (with 100 m)

2. to establish a new world record (> 104 m).....

Sandra in turn will make her own attempt on the 19th of March in Paris....

20 February 2005 Dynamic Apnea without Fins Reunion Island +105 m
(WR) 95 m /

.21 February Dynamic Apnea with Fins +159 m (WR)

22 February Static Apnea +6'33" (WR)
 
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